Countable nouns are people, places, and things that can be counted.
two books ten bracelets
five cookies twenty chairs
Non-count nouns usually cannot be counted and lack a plural form.
Knowledge is power. Your jewelry is beautiful.
Cheese is delicious. The furniture is comfortable.
Adjective use in using count vs. non-countable nouns:
“Many” vs. “Much”
Use “many” for count nouns and “much” for non-count nouns.
I bought too many apples. I ate too much food.
I have too many assignments. I have too much homework.
“A Few” vs. “A Little” (or “A Lot of”)
Use “a few” for count nouns and “a little” or “a lot of” for non-count nouns.
I printed a few copies. I used a little ink.
I bought a few pencils. I bought a lot of school supplies.